political activists who invest their political capital in an issue.
one of two kinds of media, includes newspapers and magazines.
a portion of a speech aired on TV of fifteen seconds or less.
presidential meetings with the press.
politics where technology has shaped political behavior and the political agenda.
media which reaches and influences both elites and the masses.
strategy of some broadcast channels that appeal to a narrow, rather than a broad, audience.
- media conglomerates that control a large percentage of daily newspaper circulation and some television and radio stations as well.
specific locations where news frequently occurs.
the list of subjects or problems to which government officials and people outside of government closely associated with those officials are paying some serious attention at any given time.
one of two kinds of media, includes television and radio.
an event staged primarily for the purpose of being covered.
a shot of a person's face talking directly into the camera.
the use of detective-like reporting methods to unearth scandals.
information leaked to the media to see what the political reaction will be.